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The following students graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from McDaniel College on May 20: Finksburg: Benjamin Charles England, history, cum laude. Hampstead: Anthony R. Baranauskas, political science, cum laude; Arielle Viola Jochum, music; Kaige Edgar, exercise science and physical education. Manchester: David Michael Gribben, computer science; Lauren Riedeman, biology. Marriottsville: Jesse A. Caples, economics, business administration, accounting economics. Mount Airy: Jennifer E. Grillo, communication; Rebecca Nicloe Suraci, art, communication. New Windsor: Margaret Elizabeth Rosario, chemistry. Sykesville: Stephen Hamilton Dulany, computer science; Tyler Ryherd Brown, accounting economics, business administration; Zachary Collette, exercise science and physical education. Taneytown: Adam Lawrence Reid, sociology, cum laude; Makayla Cheyenne Comeau, accounting economics, business administration. Westminster: Carrie E. Nevius, history, magna cum laude; Cassidy Leigh Rill, accounting economics, business administration; Emma Xia Feng Domser, accounting economics, business administration; Jessica Maxine Beall, Arabic and Middle Eastern studies; Jon Contestabile, communication, cum laude; Jonathon Louis DeFeo, business administration; Lauren J. Pedersen, theatre arts, art history, cum laude; Lauren Nicole Hicks, environmental studies, magna cum laude; Najee Carde Banks, theatre arts; Roberto Andres Rivadeneira, exercise science and physical education; Sarah Brooke Seymour, sociology, cum laude; Shane Eric Douglass, communication; Victoria A. Fitch, political science. Academic honors given at graduation include summa cum laude for a cumulative grade point average of 3.9 or higher, magna cum laude for 3.70-3.89, and cum laude for 3.50-3.69.

The following students graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from McDaniel College on May 20, and were also named to the college's spring 2017 dean's list: Eldersburg: Elisabeth De'Armond Lang, environmental studies and biology, high honors, magna cum laude; Brandan David Alaxandar Lurz, chemistry, high honors. Hampstead: MacKenzie Rose Farley, business administration and accounting economics, high honors; Daniel Lynn Gebhart, business administration, high honors. Manchester: Sarah M. Bach, communication, high honors; Christopher David McAleer, psychology, highest honors. Marriottsville: Juliann Miles Rossi, psychology, high honors, magna cum laude. Mount Airy: Kaitlin Christine Robinson, mathematics, high honors. Mount Airy: Courtney Elizabeth Bohn, biology, highest honors, magna cum laude. New Windsor: Kathleen Lee Biddinger, computer science, honors; Charity-Grace Melody Chaney, physics, highest honors, magna cum laude. Sykesville: Zachary Michael Collette, exercise science and physical education, highest honors; Juliette Rose White, history and Spanish, highest honors, cum laude. Taneytown: John Pelayo Deleonardo, economics and business administration, honors, cum laude. Union Bridge: Justin Mark Myers, exercise science and physical education, highest honors. Westminster: Maria Santiago De Leon Torres, social work, highest honors, cum laude; Chelsea Rae Green, psychology, highest honors, magna cum laude; Estelle Marie Martin, political science, highest honors, magna cum laude; Maura Ann McAndrew, English, highest honors; Nicole Alison Moore, communication, high honors, cum laude; Jamie Annalisa Moran, social work, honors; Lamia Rhymee, chemistry, highest honors, cum laude; Rachel Taylor Snack, English and communication, highest honors, cum laude; Michaela Michele Stitely, psychology, highest honors; Gregory Jonathan Wilson, political science, high honors; Kelly Wright Wolverton, accounting economics and business administration, highest honors, cum laude. Academic honors given at graduation include summa cum laude for a cumulative grade point average of 3.9 or higher, magna cum laude for 3.70-3.89, and cum laude for 3.50-3.69. Highest honors are earned for a semester grade point average of 3.90 or higher, high honors for a grade point average of 3.70-3.89, and honors for a 3.50-3.69 average.

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The followings students graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from McDaniel College on May 20, received awards, and were named to the college's spring 2017 dean's list with honors: Thomas Elias Costello Milnes, Eldersburg, high honors, magna cum laude, Arabic and Middle Eastern studies, German, recipient of The Frank and Margaret Malone Award for Excellence in a Foreign Language. Blake Alexis Schildhauer, Hampstead, highest honors, magna cum laude, mathematics, recipient of The Michael and Polly Beaver Award for Excellence in Education and The Dr. Clyde A. Spicer Award (outstanding graduating senior in mathematics). Olivia Nichole Kipe, Manchester, honors, exercise chemistry, recipient of The Lynn F. Gruber Medal (proficiency in extracurricular activities). Zackery Lauer Crooks, Mount Airy, high honors, psychology, sociology, recipient of The Greek Man of the Year. Hannah L. Sommer, Taneytown, highest honors, magna cum laude, art, recipient of The M. Louise Shipley Art Award of Excellence. Highest honors are earned for a semester grade point average of 3.90 or higher, high honors for a grade point average of 3.70-3.89, and honors for a 3.50-3.69 average. Academic honors given at graduation include summa cum laude for a cumulative grade point average of 3.9 or higher, magna cum laude for a cumulative grade point average of 3.70 to 3.89 and cum laude for a cumulative grade point average of 3.50 to 3.69.

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